The project will develop sustainable pheromone-based methods to reduce the damage from three moth species on currants, thereby enabling profitable cultivation irrespective of management practice. During several years, the currant cultivation has decreased in Sweden and also the yield per ha has gone down here and in Finland. An important reason for this is insect damages, which are difficult to manage with existing and allowed measures. Up to 90% yield reduction has been recorded. We will use the odour signals (sex pheromones) to disrupt the mating behaviour, so that the number of ovipositing females and resulting damages are reduced to acceptable levels. The moths’ pheromones are known and the project group has previous experience from research on two of the species and from developing mating disruption for control of other insects. By connections to other projects, financed by EU and SSF, the possibilities are better today to produce the pheromone components at reasonable prices.